PicoLog 6.1.5 for Windows, macOS and Linux:

  • Added a new feature to view live numerical data in table format
  • Enhanced navigation menu
  • Greatly improved performance of saving and loading large files
  • Allow comma decimal separator in CSV output
  • Double clicking an annotation in the graph opens its annotation edit dialog
  • Data can now be exported to a file while data capture is running

Added a new feature to view live numerical data in table format

Table view is a really useful new feature which allows you to view your tabulated numerical data in a spreadsheet format. Table view is not only available to view live data from your current dataset, you can also view tabulated data in your saved data files.

When configuring table view, it is possible to add 4 statistical parameters to each channel, choose from; last sample, minimum, maximum and average. In addition, the output sample rate must be specified allowing you to define the frequency that table rows are calculated.

Enhanced navigation menu

Due to the addition of table view, it was necessary to reorganise the navigation menu so that the three main types of videw are available for both live captures and saved files.

Greatly improved performance of saving and loading very large files

PicoLog 6 has the potential to capture incredibly large datasets. Take this example; capturing data from all 16 channels of a PicoLog 1216 with 16-bit ADC resolution at 1 kS/s, that's 58 Mega Samples per hour, you can see how data files get very big very quickly. We have improved the file format to better handle multi-gigabyte captures.